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Brian has 12 years of experience as a water + wastewater engineer and brings comprehensive infrastructure conceptual planning and project management expertise through successful relationships with numerous North Carolina municipalities, including the City of Raleigh, and the NCDOT.
He has designed infrastructure facilities across North Carolina with a concentration in potable water distribution mains, sanitary sewer collection mains, re-use water distribution mains, sanitary sewer collection outfalls, sanitary sewer pumping stations, sanitary sewer force mains, storm water collection systems, stormwater control measures (SCMs), storm water best management practices (BMPs), and traffic control design to install infrastructure improvements.
He is also experienced in permitting, hydraulic modeling, preparation of Professional Engineering Reports (PERs) and environmental technical documents, construction administration, and downtown streetscape design.
Brian holds a BS in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University and is NASSCO Certified: PACP, MACP, LACP. He is a member of the Professional Engineers of North Carolina and is active in the Raleigh community, serving on the Salvation Army of Wake County Advisory Board.
David has nearly 25 years of experience in site/civil, flood control, environmental, transportation, geotechnical, structural, construction, and multi-disciplinary engineering projects in a variety of roles including project management, engineering design, and regulatory engineering review.
Projects more specifically include flood engineering, mitigation, and protection analysis on operating Nuclear Power Plants as part of Fukushima NTTF guidelines; civil engineering analysis, design, and construction for new-build Nuclear Power Plants; site/civil engineering of various commercial sites and residential subdivisions; as well as state and local government road and storm water, flood control, and water quality improvement.
David holds a MS in Engineering Management and BS in Civil Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Assistant Vice President / Municipal Engineering Department Manager
Greg has over 30 years of design and project management experience in diverse market sectors including municipal, heavy industrial, commercial, office, government, and land development.
Greg’s municipal engineering experience spans roadway improvements, storm drainage, water and sanitary sewer infrastructure improvements, coastal dredging, and beach renourishment.
He also has extensive experience with public meetings and presentations, including presentation efforts associated with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies, elected officials and boards, property owners, and private organizations.
Greg holds a BS in Civil Engineering from University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers; the Professional Engineers of North Carolina; the North Carolina Society of Surveyors; and the American Water Works Association
Justin has over 24 years of experience in engineering design, coordination, and production of commercial, residential, retail, and roadway projects for local, state, and federal government agencies as well as for private developers.
During that time, he has been responsible for the permitting of water, sewer, roadway, drainage, stormwater, erosion control, and building improvements through a majority of North Carolina’s major metropolitan jurisdiction’s Public Works and Engineering Services departments, as well as through NCDEQ, NCDWR, and NCDOT.
As part of SEPI’s Transportation Planning Group, Justin is responsible for the review of design plans for site, roadway, drainage, utility, and environmental studies. He also assists in the preparation of NEPA documents, the preparation of traffic noise studies, and well as visualizations for public involvement.
Justin also supports SEPI’s Site Development group where he is responsible for various aspects of land development engineering including site and roadway design; demolition coordination; drainage design; stormwater management; public utility design (water and sewer); private utility coordination; erosion and sediment control; grading; quantity take-offs/estimates; specification coordination; construction phasing; as well as construction inspection, observation, and administration.
Justin has also worked as part of SEPI’s Roadway Design Group involved with the design and production of NCDOT roadway design plans, traffic management plans (marking, signing, signal and traffic control), as well as the design and coordination of NCDOT utility coordination and utilities by others plans.
Justin holds a BS in Civil Engineering and Environmental Studies from the University of Buffalo and an AS in Engineering Studies from Broome Community College.